Zumrut Akcam-Kibis (zakcamki)

Zumrut Akcam-Kibis

Teaching Assistant Professor

Charles V. Schaefer, Jr. School of Engineering and Science

Department of Computer Science


  • PhD (2018) The University at Albany, SUNY (Computer Science)
  • MS (2012) The University at Albany, SUNY (Computer Science)
  • BE (2010) Ege University (Computer Engineering)


Natural Language Processing, Computational Linguistics, Data/Graph Mining and String Rewriting Systems


Senior Research Assistant - The Research Foundation of University at Albany (2017-2016)
Research Scientist/Assistant - The Research Foundation of University at Albany (2011-2014)

Institutional Service

  • Stevens Women in Computer Science Club Member
  • CS Non-Tenure Track Search Committee Member
  • Diversity, Equity, Inclusion Committee Member
  • Computer Science Club / ACM Student Chapter Chair
  • Lore-El Center Member
  • Academic Ambassador for CS & Cybersecurity Member
  • Computer Science Non-Tenure Track Hiring Committee Member


Teaching Assistant Professor, Dept. of Computer Science, Stevens Institute of Technology, 2021-

Professional Societies

  • ACM – Association for Computing Machinery Member

Selected Publications

1. Dag, A.Z., Akcam, Z., Kibis, E.Y., Simsek, S. & Delen, D.(2022). A probabilistic data analytics methodology based on Bayesian Belief Network for predicting and understanding breast cancer survival. Knowledge-Based Systems, Volume 242, 2022, 108407, ISSN 0950-7051, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.knosys.2022.108407.

1. Akçam, Z., II. Hono, D.S. & Narendran, P. (2017). On problems dual to unification. In A.Gascon and C. Lynch (Eds.), Informal Proceedings of the 31st International Workshop on Unification (UNIF 2017). https://unif-workshop.github.io/UNIF2017/.
2. Martey, R. M., Wu, J., Stromer-Galley, J., Banks, J., Lovaas, S. & Akcam, Z. (2012). Intersections of technological and cultural tools and practices in conducting virtual world research. In Internet Research 13.0.
3. Lin, C.-S., Akcam, Z., Shaikh, S., Small, S.G, Stahl, K., Strzalkowski, T. & N. Webb (2012). Revealing contentious concepts across social groups. In LREC, pp. 2838-2841.


CS 115 - Introduction to Computer Science, Fall 2022, Fall 2023
CS 284 - Data Structures, Fall 2021, Spring 2023
CS 385 - Algorithms, Fall 2021